A massive 21,353 COVID-19 tests have been taken across the Western NSW Local Health District during the past four weeks.
Data supplied by NSW Health shows the number of tests in the four weeks up until 8pm on July 14, with a break down by local government area.
The breakdown highlights 4,308 tests in the Dubbo Regional Local Government Area, 4808 in the Orange LGA and 4,007 in the Bathurst LGA.
Further across the region there have been 766 tests in Parkes, 314 in Oberon, 393 in Narromine, 1874 in Mid-Western Regional (Mudgee), 596 in Blayney, 689 in Cowra, 318 in Boruke and 99 in the Bogan Shire.
There have been no cases of COVID-19 across the Western NSW Local health District, with the department putting up a post on their social media channels on Thursday.
"#Attention there are no positive cases of COVID-19 in the WNSWLHD. Please be assured we will share any information with you if there are cases in the region," the post read.
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It comes following two reporting errors for Bathurst and Dubbo earlier in the week.
In both cases a phone call to the Western NSW Local Health District was able to confirm the error quickly, which saw a positive COVID-19 case incorrectly recorded against the Bathurst Local Government Area, and a Dubbo supermarket listed as a venue of concern on a list released by NSW Health on Wednesday evening.
In both cases a spokesperson for the local health district said there had been a "data error made in Sydney."
"We definitely don't have a case in this region, nor across the Western NSW Local Health District."
NSW Health fixed the errors within the hour each time.
The errors come as NSW Health scrambles to update data and venues of concern locations for the rising number of cases across the Greater Sydney area with 97 new cases recorded by NSW Health up until 8pm on Thursday.
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